U.S. President Joe Biden’s approval ratings have continued to decline in his first year in office, lower than before Trump, a new poll shows.
A Quinnipiac University survey released on January 12 showed that U.S. President Joe Biden’s approval rating was 33%, and the proportion who disagreed with him was 53%. A poll also conducted by the same university in early 2018 showed that former US President Donald Trump had a 5% lead over Biden.
Biden’s 33 percent approval rating is the lowest Trump has achieved between 2017 and January 2021 after the riots on Capitol Hill broke out.
The survey also showed that approval ratings for White House bosses are falling. A November 2021 poll showed the president’s approval rating at 36 percent, down sharply from 49 percent when he first took office.
Survey respondents were dissatisfied with Biden in three key areas: the economy, foreign policy and the Covid-19 response. The Quinnipiac University survey was conducted Jan. 7 through Jan. 10 among 1,313 U.S. adults.
Dissatisfaction with Biden was found in most demographic groups, with only Democrats and people of African descent showing a positive view of the president. However, the percentage of Democrats who approve of Biden’s job performance also fell from 87% to 75%.
5 days later Biden A poll released by Morning Consult, who took office on January 20, 2021, found that 56 percent of voters were satisfied with his job performance, higher than his predecessor. trump card Achieved within a 4-year term.
However, the White House boss’s approval ratings then plummeted. Decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, partisan differences, Coronavirus disease It is said that it is still raging because of many people America Growing disappointment with Biden.
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